Abrasive Tools and Bonding Systems

Chapter

Abstract

The manufacture of high performance grinding wheels is heavily dependent upon the selecting the correct abrasive grain in terms of cutting ability, fracturing ability and the shape of the grain that controls metal removal rate, dressing interval, coolant delivery to the wheel-workpiece interface and chip evacuation. This chapter explains the recent developments in abrasive grains and bonding systems and should allow the reader to better select the correct abrasive grain and bonding system to economically machine materials.

Keywords

Abrasive tools Bonding Grinding wheels 

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